Welcome to the second giveaway in our YD Holiday Giveaway Series! (Missed the first? It was an exclusive through our newsletter. Sign up here so you don’t miss the next one.)
It’s likely you already know yoga is the gift that keeps on giving. Well, we’re super pleased to be giving you even more of a chance to make that happen!
WIN: YogaUOnline is offering free three-month passes to their online Yoga Practice Channel for three lucky winners. Yes, that’s three, as in three go free!
Practice yoga online with wonderful yoga teachers like Natasha Rizopoulos, Cindy Lee, Sarah Platt Finger of Ishta Yoga and Iyengar yoga teachers like Julie Gudmestad, Gabriel Halpern, and Carrie Owerko. Or check out YogaU’s monthly practice series for December – a great selection of R&R practices when you need extra help do deal with holiday stress.
If your aim is to learn more about keeping your body healthy throughout life, check out practices with leading experts in yoga therapeutics like Dr. Baxter Bell, Ellen Saltonstall (co-author of Yoga for Osteoporosis), and coming soon – Judith Hanson Lasater and her daughter Lizzie Lasater. Plus, much more! Deepen your yoga practice or expand your teaching skills with more than 150+ hours of online practices.
TO ENTER: Sometimes our yoga can get sidetracked in the midst of all the holiday fun/madness often making home practice that much more difficult, but oh so necessary. Luckily, life also has a way of handing us those little reminders telling us to get…back…on…your…mat. What’s one of your reminders? Maybe it’s a sweet moment with your children…or just missing that dang 50% off holiday sale! Share with us your own life’s little reminders to stay present – post in the comments to enter.
Giveaway ends 11:59pm Tuesday, December 15th. Three winners will be chosen at random and announced soon after. Good luck!
Interested in learning more? Check out YogaUOnline’s other great Holiday offers for yoga peeps here
Update: Congrats to JJ, Laura and Aaron! Thanks to everyone for entering. We hope your home practice has been inspired.